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Use the Remote Systems Explorer (RSE) perspective to connect to and work with a variety of remote systems.
It enables you to:
Set up Linux SSH connections to remote targets using TCP/IP.
Create, copy, delete, and rename resources.
Set the read, write, and execute permissions for resources.
Edit files by double-clicking to open them in the C/C++ editor view.
Execute commands on the remote target.
View and kill running processes.
Transfer files between the host workstation and remote targets.
Launch terminal views.
Useful RSE views that can be added to the DS-5 Debug perspective are:
Remote System Details.
To add an RSE view to the DS-5 Debug perspective:
Ensure that you are in the DS-5 perspective. You can change perspective by using the perspective toolbar or you can select Window > Open Perspective from the main menu.
Select Window > Show View > Other... to open the Show View dialog box.
Select the required view from the Remote Systems group.